Russia has limited gas supplies to Europe
And this is not at all the repair of another turbine of the Nord Stream gas pipeline. It’s just that the Russian Federation lacks customs documents that Gazprom must provide.
Siemens Energy does not see a connection between the situation with the turbine and the reduction in gas supplies via Nord Stream-1. It is reported with reference to a representative of the company Reuters.
“Transportation of the turbine can start immediately. The German authorities provided Siemens Energy with all the necessary documents for exporting the turbine to Russia at the beginning of last week,” the company said.
According to this statement, there are not enough customs documents to import the turbine into the Russian Federation, which Gazprom must provide.
Recall that earlier Russian Gazprom announced that from July 27 will reduce gas supplies via the Nord Stream gas pipeline up to 33 million cubic meters per day. Thus, the gas pipeline will operate at only 20% of the total capacity. The reason for this decision in Gazprom was a stop for repairs of another Siemens gas turbine engine at the Portovaya compressor station.
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